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Clean Cut Kid have released a new track about being caught-up in record label politics

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Published: 11:32 am, November 20, 2018Words: Sam Taylor.
Clean Cut Kid have released a new track about being caught-up in record label politics

Clean Cut Kid have released a new track called ‘Deafening’.

The song follows on from their comeback EP ‘Painkiller’, the first new music since last year’s debut album ‘Felt’.

Speaking of ‘Deafening’, Mike from the band says: "'Deafening' was written at a point in the band's lives where the damaging effects of interfering voices were weighing heavy on our creativity. It's about the ever-present battle between artist and industry, and the frustration of being caught-up in record label politics."

The group head out on tour later this week, catch them live:

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22 Glasgow Stereo
23 Leeds The Wardrobe
25 Nottingham The Bodega
26 Birmingham The Hare & Hounds
27 Bristol Exchange
28 London Omeara
30 Liverpool Arts Club

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